Climb On To My Shoulders by Yuhki Takada

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Look out world! It’s the ’60s and Trey and Paul are up-and-coming programmers with their minds set on fame and fortune! However, they need to actually finish writing a program first. The two decide to make a program that can play tic-tac-toe, but all their hard work is destroyed by the clueless yet smooth-talking MJ. In spite of their rough first meeting, MJ turns out to actually be useful to Trey and Paul. He even manages to land them the intimidating job of making class-scheduling software! Misadventures and romantic tension abound in this adorable comedy that’s set in the 1960s.

 

CreatorYuhki Takada
Japanese Title
Japanese Title (Romaji)Onbu ni Dakko ni Kataguruma
Japanese PublisherTAIYOH TOSHO
English PublisherDigital Manga

Where to Buy/Read

EbookRenta

1 review for Climb On To My Shoulders by Yuhki Takada

  1. Phya

    If you want a title that is very light on the romance and has the subtle development into becoming something more, this would be suitable.
    The story’s setting is very much the focus here with so much about teletypes and American culture during the 60’s. I never even knew what a teletype was before this . It’s actually pretty fascinating watching these 3 high schoolers start on their way to making a business. On the BL side there are subtle showing here and there, jealously in our group of three and something much lighter than I’m used to reading.

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  1. Phya says:

    Tags – United States, All Ages. No crossdressing.

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